VISITOR'S COMMENTS

Lovely week introducing friends to Old Man of Stoer, The Broch, Handa, The Bone Caves etc, followed by two weeks fishing. Trout for breakfast most days, varying from 7 oz to 22 oz. Thankfully no moles this year but too many rabbits. No signs of the buzzards, probably linked to several new born lambs this year.. (June 22)


A fantastic 3 weeks. Loved the baby wagtails being fed by mum in the garden. Fishing Very Good but not much polloc around in the sea. Lovely to visit the usual haunts and walks. We'll be back next year!


When we get home we will purchase a new mattress, inspired by the comfort here! (May 22)


The Brigs is a lovely holiday cottage. You have thought of all the amenities. (May 22)


The house as ever is so comfortable, and we love all the new curtains. (May 22)

The Brigs spotless and well provided as ever (Apr 22)

We found the house brilliant, and can't think of anything needed to improve it. Was the best house we have stayed in the area in terms of comfort and how well it is equipped. (Apr 22)

The house was great, and very well equipped. Magical swimming in Clashnessie Bay. Mobile signal on 4gEE excellent, on o2 dreadful. (July 18)

Fantastic 3 weeks despite Storm Hector. House immaculate as ever. Saw otters in Clashnessie Bay, minkie whales at Oldshoremore, dolphins on crossing to Stornaway, and a first glimpse of a sea eagle in Clashnessie. Fishing as great as ever. Will hopefully be back next year. (June 18)

Our third great holiday at The Brigs. All three generations enjoyed a week in perfect weather. Puffins on Handa a highlight of the week. (June 18)

Brilliant Week again at The Brigs. Weather unbelievable- 27 degrees mostly. Visited beach at Oldshoremore Bay. Cuckoo clock still working! Thankyou to everyone who keeps the house in such a clean and comfortable way.(May/June 18)

Another wonderful stay at The Brigs. Huge thanks as always to Robert , Maggie and Fiona for keeping everything so impeccably clean. Perfect. (May 18)

The Brigs is a wonderful place to stay. Felt at home straight away - so clean and comfortable. We sat in the car to enjoy the peace on arrival. A cuckoo struck up as if by order. It sang for most of the next 2 days and much of the week thereafter. Lovely week in one our favourite places to be. (May 18)

8th visit!  That probably says it all. We visited all our favourite walks and eateries (shame that the Albannach no longer offers their excellent evening meal) and relaxed at home on the couple of days when it was too wet and windy. Very comfortable and warm, and with everything you could need.Beautifully clean on arrival. (May 18)

A beautiful cottage in excellent surroundings. A proper home from home. Lovely walks. (March 18)

Great week in a lovely warm cottage. We would like to come back again. (October 17)

A delightful return to The Brigs after a 4 year gap. It felt like a retreat, such peace, tranquillity, rain and wind. We hope to be back one day to this special place. (October 17)

We have travelled the NW many times, and this was the first time we have taken our children and my mum. Clashnessie was by far the best place we could have chosen for our base. We didn't want to leave, and could have spent lots more time just exploring the local countryside. We will be back! The house is in the most perfect location, clean and very well equipped for all occasions. We visited the beach several times, wandered to the waterfall and around the surrounding lochs and hillsides. Boat trip to Handa was well worth the visit, even late in the season, with lots of sea birds, and the puffins! On our one rainy day we visited the North Highlands Rock Shop for coffee and cakes and took a hike up Knockan Crag - amazing as always. Stunning views from Stoes Lighthouse. Culkein Store, Jammery and Craft Shop was a great find (July/August 17).

We also enjoyed the Shetland scallops from the seafood van, who we found in the car park opposite the Lochinver Store at Friday lunchtime. They went well with the 100 mussels gathered from the river at low water in Culkein (go when the tide is low, beyond the rock on Clashnessie beach). Some fine trout in the 8-16 oz range from our favourite local lochs, despite bright sunlight and strong winds which combined to keep the midges at bay! House immaculate as ever, thanks to Fiona (July 17)

Fabulous visit in the Glen of the Waterfall. Summer Solstice was magical - a never ending day and night on the beach. Local lochs provided a wild adventure with over 30 brown trout. Truly delightful home, cosy with amazing views. Best scallops ever from the seafood van visiting Clachtol Campsite (June17)

The Brigs is a lovely holiday cottage. You have thought of all the amenities. (May 22)

The house as ever is so comfortable, and we love all the new curtains. (May 22)

The Brigs spotless and well provided as ever (Apr 22)

We found the house brilliant, and can't think of anything needed to improve it. Was the best house we have stayed in the area in terms of comfort and how well it is equipped. (Apr 22)

The house was great, and very well equipped. Magical swimming in Clashnessie Bay. Mobile signal on 4gEE excellent, on o2 dreadful. (July 18)

Fantastic 3 weeks despite Storm Hector. House immaculate as ever. Saw otters in Clashnessie Bay, minkie whales at Oldshoremore, dolphins on crossing to Stornaway, and a first glimpse of a sea eagle in Clashnessie. Fishing as great as ever. Will hopefully be back next year. (June 18)

Our third great holiday at The Brigs. All three generations enjoyed a week in perfect weather. Puffins on Handa a highlight of the week. (June 18)

Brilliant Week again at The Brigs. Weather unbelievable- 27 degrees mostly. Visited beach at Oldshoremore Bay. Cuckoo clock still working! Thankyou to everyone who keeps the house in such a clean and comfortable way.(May/June 18)

Another wonderful stay at The Brigs. Huge thanks as always to Robert , Maggie and Fiona for keeping everything so impeccably clean. Perfect. (May 18)

The Brigs is a wonderful place to stay. Felt at home straight away - so clean and comfortable. We sat in the car to enjoy the peace on arrival. A cuckoo struck up as if by order. It sang for most of the next 2 days and much of the week thereafter. Lovely week in one our favourite places to be. (May 18)

8th visit!  That probably says it all. We visited all our favourite walks and eateries (shame that the Albannach no longer offers their excellent evening meal) and relaxed at home on the couple of days when it was too wet and windy. Very comfortable and warm, and with everything you could need.Beautifully clean on arrival. (May 18)

A beautiful cottage in excellent surroundings. A proper home from home. Lovely walks. (March 18)

Great week in a lovely warm cottage. We would like to come back again. (October 17)

A delightful return to The Brigs after a 4 year gap. It felt like a retreat, such peace, tranquillity, rain and wind. We hope to be back one day to this special place. (October 17)

We have travelled the NW many times, and this was the first time we have taken our children and my mum. Clashnessie was by far the best place we could have chosen for our base. We didn't want to leave, and could have spent lots more time just exploring the local countryside. We will be back! The house is in the most perfect location, clean and very well equipped for all occasions. We visited the beach several times, wandered to the waterfall and around the surrounding lochs and hillsides. Boat trip to Handa was well worth the visit, even late in the season, with lots of sea birds, and the puffins! On our one rainy day we visited the North Highlands Rock Shop for coffee and cakes and took a hike up Knockan Crag - amazing as always. Stunning views from Stoes Lighthouse. Culkein Store, Jammery and Craft Shop was a great find (July/August 17).

We also enjoyed the Shetland scallops from the seafood van, who we found in the car park opposite the Lochinver Store at Friday lunchtime. They went well with the 100 mussels gathered from the river at low water in Culkein (go when the tide is low, beyond the rock on Clashnessie beach). Some fine trout in the 8-16 oz range from our favourite local lochs, despite bright sunlight and strong winds which combined to keep the midges at bay! House immaculate as ever, thanks to Fiona (July 17)

Fabulous visit in the Glen of the Waterfall. Summer Solstice was magical - a never ending day and night on the beach. Local lochs provided a wild adventure with over 30 brown trout. Truly delightful home, cosy with amazing views. Best scallops ever from the seafood van visiting Clachtol Campsite (June17)

The Brigs is a lovely holiday cottage. You have thought of all the amenities. (May 22)

The house as ever is so comfortable, and we love all the new curtains. (May 22)

The Brigs spotless and well provided as ever (Apr 22)

We found the house brilliant, and can't think of anything needed to improve it. Was the best house we have stayed in the area in terms of comfort and how well it is equipped. (Apr 22)

The house was great, and very well equipped. Magical swimming in Clashnessie Bay. Mobile signal on 4gEE excellent, on o2 dreadful. (July 18)

Fantastic 3 weeks despite Storm Hector. House immaculate as ever. Saw otters in Clashnessie Bay, minkie whales at Oldshoremore, dolphins on crossing to Stornaway, and a first glimpse of a sea eagle in Clashnessie. Fishing as great as ever. Will hopefully be back next year. (June 18)

Our third great holiday at The Brigs. All three generations enjoyed a week in perfect weather. Puffins on Handa a highlight of the week. (June 18)

Brilliant Week again at The Brigs. Weather unbelievable- 27 degrees mostly. Visited beach at Oldshoremore Bay. Cuckoo clock still working! Thankyou to everyone who keeps the house in such a clean and comfortable way.(May/June 18)

Another wonderful stay at The Brigs. Huge thanks as always to Robert , Maggie and Fiona for keeping everything so impeccably clean. Perfect. (May 18)

The Brigs is a wonderful place to stay. Felt at home straight away - so clean and comfortable. We sat in the car to enjoy the peace on arrival. A cuckoo struck up as if by order. It sang for most of the next 2 days and much of the week thereafter. Lovely week in one our favourite places to be. (May 18)

8th visit!  That probably says it all. We visited all our favourite walks and eateries (shame that the Albannach no longer offers their excellent evening meal) and relaxed at home on the couple of days when it was too wet and windy. Very comfortable and warm, and with everything you could need.Beautifully clean on arrival. (May 18)

A beautiful cottage in excellent surroundings. A proper home from home. Lovely walks. (March 18)

Great week in a lovely warm cottage. We would like to come back again. (October 17)

A delightful return to The Brigs after a 4 year gap. It felt like a retreat, such peace, tranquillity, rain and wind. We hope to be back one day to this special place. (October 17)

We have travelled the NW many times, and this was the first time we have taken our children and my mum. Clashnessie was by far the best place we could have chosen for our base. We didn't want to leave, and could have spent lots more time just exploring the local countryside. We will be back! The house is in the most perfect location, clean and very well equipped for all occasions. We visited the beach several times, wandered to the waterfall and around the surrounding lochs and hillsides. Boat trip to Handa was well worth the visit, even late in the season, with lots of sea birds, and the puffins! On our one rainy day we visited the North Highlands Rock Shop for coffee and cakes and took a hike up Knockan Crag - amazing as always. Stunning views from Stoes Lighthouse. Culkein Store, Jammery and Craft Shop was a great find (July/August 17).

We also enjoyed the Shetland scallops from the seafood van, who we found in the car park opposite the Lochinver Store at Friday lunchtime. They went well with the 100 mussels gathered from the river at low water in Culkein (go when the tide is low, beyond the rock on Clashnessie beach). Some fine trout in the 8-16 oz range from our favourite local lochs, despite bright sunlight and strong winds which combined to keep the midges at bay! House immaculate as ever, thanks to Fiona (July 17)

Fabulous visit in the Glen of the Waterfall. Summer Solstice was magical - a never ending day and night on the beach. Local lochs provided a wild adventure with over 30 brown trout. Truly delightful home, cosy with amazing views. Best scallops ever from the seafood van visiting Clachtol Campsite (June17)

The Brigs is a lovely holiday cottage. You have thought of all the amenities. (May 22)

The house as ever is so comfortable, and we love all the new curtains. (May 22)

The Brigs spotless and well provided as ever (Apr 22)

We found the house brilliant, and can't think of anything needed to improve it. Was the best house we have stayed in the area in terms of comfort and how well it is equipped. (Apr 22)

The house was great, and very well equipped. Magical swimming in Clashnessie Bay. Mobile signal on 4gEE excellent, on o2 dreadful. (July 18)

Fantastic 3 weeks despite Storm Hector. House immaculate as ever. Saw otters in Clashnessie Bay, minkie whales at Oldshoremore, dolphins on crossing to Stornaway, and a first glimpse of a sea eagle in Clashnessie. Fishing as great as ever. Will hopefully be back next year. (June 18)

Our third great holiday at The Brigs. All three generations enjoyed a week in perfect weather. Puffins on Handa a highlight of the week. (June 18)

Brilliant Week again at The Brigs. Weather unbelievable- 27 degrees mostly. Visited beach at Oldshoremore Bay. Cuckoo clock still working! Thankyou to everyone who keeps the house in such a clean and comfortable way.(May/June 18)

Another wonderful stay at The Brigs. Huge thanks as always to Robert , Maggie and Fiona for keeping everything so impeccably clean. Perfect. (May 18)

The Brigs is a wonderful place to stay. Felt at home straight away - so clean and comfortable. We sat in the car to enjoy the peace on arrival. A cuckoo struck up as if by order. It sang for most of the next 2 days and much of the week thereafter. Lovely week in one our favourite places to be. (May 18)

8th visit!  That probably says it all. We visited all our favourite walks and eateries (shame that the Albannach no longer offers their excellent evening meal) and relaxed at home on the couple of days when it was too wet and windy. Very comfortable and warm, and with everything you could need.Beautifully clean on arrival. (May 18)

A beautiful cottage in excellent surroundings. A proper home from home. Lovely walks. (March 18)

Great week in a lovely warm cottage. We would like to come back again. (October 17)

A delightful return to The Brigs after a 4 year gap. It felt like a retreat, such peace, tranquillity, rain and wind. We hope to be back one day to this special place. (October 17)

We have travelled the NW many times, and this was the first time we have taken our children and my mum. Clashnessie was by far the best place we could have chosen for our base. We didn't want to leave, and could have spent lots more time just exploring the local countryside. We will be back! The house is in the most perfect location, clean and very well equipped for all occasions. We visited the beach several times, wandered to the waterfall and around the surrounding lochs and hillsides. Boat trip to Handa was well worth the visit, even late in the season, with lots of sea birds, and the puffins! On our one rainy day we visited the North Highlands Rock Shop for coffee and cakes and took a hike up Knockan Crag - amazing as always. Stunning views from Stoes Lighthouse. Culkein Store, Jammery and Craft Shop was a great find (July/August 17).

We also enjoyed the Shetland scallops from the seafood van, who we found in the car park opposite the Lochinver Store at Friday lunchtime. They went well with the 100 mussels gathered from the river at low water in Culkein (go when the tide is low, beyond the rock on Clashnessie beach). Some fine trout in the 8-16 oz range from our favourite local lochs, despite bright sunlight and strong winds which combined to keep the midges at bay! House immaculate as ever, thanks to Fiona (July 17)

Fabulous visit in the Glen of the Waterfall. Summer Solstice was magical - a never ending day and night on the beach. Local lochs provided a wild adventure with over 30 brown trout. Truly delightful home, cosy with amazing views. Best scallops ever from the seafood van visiting Clachtol Campsite (June17)